Boston Airport also called as General Edward Lawrence Logan International Airport; is the main international airport serving the Boston. U.S. Major Airlines which has been operated here are Delta Airlines, Cape Air, Azores Airlines, JetBlue and American Airlines. It covers around 2384 acres area with 4 passenger terminals and 6 runways.
Boston Airport Terminals: The airport has total 4 passenger terminals listed below:
Terminal A: This terminal is divided into two parts, one is the main terminal (housing gate A1-A11) and another is satellite building (housing gate A13-A22). Both parts are connected through an underground walkway. Mostly it operates Delta and Southwest airlines. The main terminal consists of two levels:
- Level 1 (Arrival Level): This level is reserved for pick up passengers and Ground transportation.
- Level 2 (Departure Level): From this level boarding gates and Satellite building can be accessed. Some food courts and shops are available at the center of the
- Services at Terminal A: You can get here different services like Banks, currency exchange, information desk, rest zone, children play area, baby care facility, and salon services.
- Airport Lounges: Here, find the following lounges:
|Delta Sky Club||Main Terminal, Airside, Gate A7|
|Delta Sky Club||Satellite Terminal, Gate A18, third floor|
|American Admirals Club||Airside, Close to Gates B4-5|
Terminal B: This terminal consists of north and south building with three groups of gates B-B3, B4-B14, and B15-B19. It operates Air Canada, American, United and Spirit Airlines. Terminal B also consists of two levels:
- Level 1 (Arrival Level): The area is divided by north and south buildings which are connected by separated walkways. There is also a reserved area for pick-up passengers and ground transportation.
- Level 2 (Departure Level): It is the departure and check-in area. The north side allows access to boarding gates B37, B38, B30-38 and B29-21. While the south level allows access to boarding gates B4-B14, B1-B3, and B15-B29.
- Services at Terminal B: Here you can get lots of services like ATM’s, Parking Pay station, currency exchange services, rest zone, mobile charging space, pet care service, and play area for children.
|American Airlines Admirals Club||Airside, Upper level, close to Gate B30|
|American Airlines Admirals Club||Airside, Upper level, close to Gate B4|
|United Club||Airside, level 3, close to Gate 24|
Terminal C: Terminal C has four groups of gates: C8-C10, C11-C21, C25-36, and C4-C42. This terminal serves Alaska Airlines, Cape Air, JetBlue, and Aer Lingus. It consists of three levels:
- Level 1 (Arrival Area): Baggage claims and reserved pick up area for passengers. Transportation services are also available.
- Level 2 (Departure Level): Special Check-in and departure area in level 2. It allows the access of boarding gates from North to Southwest C8-C36 and Southeast C40-42.
- Level 3 (Boarding Area): This level allows access to different boarding gates: Northwest: C11-21, Northeast: C25-36, Southeast: C40-42, and Southwest: C8-10
- Services at Terminal C: ATM’s, children play area and money exchange services you can get here.
|SO center||baggage claim area, lower level (military ID necessary)|
|Santander Lounge||facing Gates 18-19|
Terminal D: This terminal is the host for the majority of international arrivals. It has total 12 gates i.e E1-E12. Terminal also consists of three levels:
- Level 1(Arrival Area): Reserved passenger pick-up area and ground transportation are available here.
- Level 2(Departure Level): Gates E1a, E1b, and E2 are accessible via Level 2.
- Level 3: This level is available for departure and check-in. Boarding gates E4-10 are accessible.
- Services at Terminal E: ATM’s, currency exchange, mailbox, shops and many more services you can get here.
|Air France Lounge||Airside|
|Lufthansa Senator and Business Lounge||Airside, across Gate E11|
|The Club Lounge||Airside|